2023 NCAA WOMEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS
- March 15-18, 2023
- Allan Jones Aquatic Center–Knoxville, Tennessee
- SCY (25 yards)
- Meet Central
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Kicking off NCAAs, Virginia’s 200 medley relay broke their own 200 medley relay American, US Open, and NCAA records swimming to a winning time of 1:31.51. That was faster than their previous record of 1:31.73 which they swam about a month ago at the ACC Championships.
The biggest difference between their swim here and at ACCs was Lexi Cuomo’s 50 fly split as she was 0.39 faster today than she was a month ago. Cuomo’s split today had a 0.01 reaction time.
Cuomo also swam one of the fastest 50 butterfly splits of all time, and the fastest 50 fly split ever was a 21.95 by Gretchen Walsh back in October 2022. In addition, Kate Douglass had the fastest second 50 freestyle split of all-time.
This is the third time in the last year that the Virginia medley relay has broken the record, as they tied their record from 2022 ACCs at 2022 NCAAs.
K8 = Fire… This will be a meet for the NCAA history books for her
isn’t kate 2nd all time? first would be hopkin (20.27)